16 William Mitchell Law Review 107 (1990)
This article focuses on the law relevant to the issue of interbasin diversion of Great Lakes water, the policies reflected in that law, and the limitations of the law on such diversions and on the ability of the Great Lakes states to control proposed diversions. It concludes with an argument for regional as opposed to national or state-by-state decision making on the issue of diversions and a suggested mechanism for facilitating such regional decision making.
Prince, J. David, "State Control of Great Lakes Water Diversion" (1990). Faculty Scholarship. 33.